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Site Changes

New Website Improvements

Aug 13

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Mon, 13 Aug 2012 03:20:57 GMT  RssIcon

The RCI Safety development team has made several improvements to the “look” of the site as well as Recordable /First Aid Incidents, Total Incident Rate and Total Incident Rate Over TimeReports, Policy Manual and QMS, PMA Cost Analysis Rollup and Incident Reporting / Analysis Reports, and Corrective Actions. Click "ReadMore" for additional information. Please feel free to contact us at 800-888-9596 with any questions.

If you opt to use the RCI Safety site with the new skin, you will see more pages with the distinctive green grids.

The Policy Manual application has also seen some recent development.The accordion style expanding sections have been replaced with a more stream-lined model. The functionality has not changed. You still click on the arrow located in the section name to expand or contract the sections. 

(946) In Recordable / First Aid Incidents the select a physician drop down now only appears if the “yes” box is selected if an employee has been treated offsite.

(957) The Total Incident Rate andTotal Incident Rate Overtime reports have undergone improvements to now include LTIR (Lost Time Incident Rate). In addition to this the reports now show all ofthe dates within the parameters set, now including months that have zero incidents/injuries.

(962) The “edit” buttons in Policy Manual application and Quality Management System can be listed in alphabetical order instead of order of creation. Corporate administrators are welcome to contact RCI Safety personnel to activate the setting if this is preferred.

(964) Instead of only being able to edit the Finished Date and Finished Comments the  Corrective Actions Description Text can now be edited by the creator or any corporate users after a Corrective Action has been created.

(878) The graphs in the Report LibraryPreventative Maintenance section / PMA Cost Analysis Rollup report, and theIncident Reporting section / Incident Reporting/Analysis report charts havebeen switched from Pie Charts to Bar Charts to make them more aesthetically pleasing.  

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